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James Wall
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  • United States
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Would you make a counter offer?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean C. Feb 20, 2009. 6 Replies

Personal Development (Who me!)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jerry Albright Oct 28, 2008. 1 Reply

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Oct 26, 2011
Sean C. replied to James Wall's discussion 'Would you make a counter offer?'
"If this person is working for half pay and loving it, then they are not the smartest person to begin with. Loyalty or not, being intelligent is part of being a good (or outstanding) employee."
Feb 20, 2009
Sandra McCartt replied to James Wall's discussion 'Would you make a counter offer?'
"Michael, that's funny, maybe we should encourage all our clients to forget retention ... stimulate the market. James, could you give us the name of the company so we can help fill the position? Michael Glenn said:You let them go. Your company…"
Feb 20, 2009
Michael Glenn replied to James Wall's discussion 'Would you make a counter offer?'
"You let them go. Your company needs to learn how to retain good employees too and your employee needs to learn new things. Plus, it give you something to do in these slow hiring times."
Feb 20, 2009
Rob Clarke replied to James Wall's discussion 'Would you make a counter offer?'
"I have heard that 1 great employee is better than 10 average ones, I happen to agree- so if you deem this person "outstanding" you need to counter and now that you know the market- protect your other "outstanding" personnel,…"
Feb 19, 2009
Sandra McCartt replied to James Wall's discussion 'Would you make a counter offer?'
"If money were the only reason i would match the offer. You have to pay that much plus hiring costs to replace and time to train. My question is why would anyone make a loyal employee have to quit to get a raise? If i were the employee i would take…"
Feb 19, 2009
Jerry Albright replied to James Wall's discussion 'Would you make a counter offer?'
"To answer this question I need to know why I am paying them half of their "market" value? Have I been taking advantage of this person because there were no other competitors for his/her skills? Did I move them over from a different…"
Feb 18, 2009

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James Wall
Job Title
President/CEO
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Wall Resource Group
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Vendor/Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
2-4 years
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All Industries, Government, Services, Technology
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<10
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James Wall's Blog

Is the Law Of Attraction (LOA) real? The answer is YES

Posted on February 18, 2009 at 2:35pm 1 Comment

There are no secrets, it is simple as Believing, Acting and Receiving.



Babies use it all the time, you used it all the time growing up, and now you think it will not work for you because you are an adult?



The Law of Attraction (LOA) has been around for eternity and will continue to be here until the end of all energy.



Whether you believe it or not, it’s working in your life right now.



Now, in it’s most simplest form, the LOA works like… Continue

Why not me?

Posted on November 1, 2008 at 3:41pm 0 Comments

I hear that a lot from some of the clients I work with and I try and I try and tell them that they are asking the wrong questions. Here is my view on this topic:



-No person will ever be more then they think about themselves



-You are what you think and not what you do (Every time)



-We may not believe it, but we are exactly where we should be (Because that was the programmed state we are in until we change it)



-A client was passed over for promotion and… Continue

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